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You should do crazy stuff like --allowerasing only if you know what you are doing.

If sudo dnf history undo last does not work, you can try to reinstall the entire Gnome Desktop.

If that doesn't work try to reinstall gnome desktop and maybe gdm (who knows what was removed)

sudo dnf install @gnome-desktop
sudo dnf reinstall gdm

You should do crazy stuff like --allowerasing only if you know what you are doing.

If sudo dnf history undo last does not work, you can try to reinstall the entire Gnome Desktop.

If that doesn't work try to To reinstall gnome desktop and maybe gdm (who knows what was removed)removed):

sudo dnf install @gnome-desktop
sudo dnf reinstall gdm

Next time, if there is a warning about unsatified dependencies (was it about hplip?), don't do what dnf suggests unless you understand what it's doing.